duplicatus

duplicatus

[‚dü·plə′käd·əs]
(meteorology)
A cloud variety composed of superposed layers, sheets, or patches, at slightly different levels and sometimes partly merged.
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The energetic physiology or scope for growth (SFG), has been studied in gastropods such as Ancylus fluviatilis (Calow, 1975), Bullia digitalis (Stenton-Dozey & Brown, 1988), Buccinum undatum (Kideys, 1998), Chorus giganteus (Navarro et al., 2002, 2006), Concholepas concholepas (Navarro & Torrijos, 1995), Haliotis tuberculata (Peck et al., 1987), Haliotis midae (Barkai & Griffiths, 1987, 1988), Haliotis fulgens (Farias et al., 2003), Nassarius conoidalis (Liu et al., 2011; Zhang et al., 2015), Nassarius siquijorensis (Liu et al., 2011), Patella vulgata (Davies et al., 1990), Planorbis contortus (Calow, 1975), Polinices duplicatus (Huebner & Edwards, 1981) and Thais lapillus (Stickle & Bayne, 1982).
The moon snail Polinices duplicatus (=Neverita duplicata (Say, 1822)) (family Naticidae) crawls at a speed of 6 m [h.sup.-1] when using ciliary propulsion and a speed of between 10 and 20 m [h.sup.-1] when using muscular propulsion (Copeland, 1922).
Duplicatus Ips beetles specific pheromones - Item 3984
duplicatus Bosc, la cual tiene un indusio corto de 2-3 cm de longitud, ademas de que este y la volva son de un color rosado (Calonge et al., 2005).
larvae by Toxomerus duplicatus Wiedemann, 1830 (Diptera: Syrphidae) larvae, on forage turnip crop.
Ips duplicatus (Sahlberg) were trapped significantly more in window-slot traps at a 1.5 m above the ground compared with traps at ground level and at 3.5 m above the ground (Chen et al.
Serial Scientific Name Family Name Local Name Number 1 Vulpes bengalensis Canidae Khak shiyal English: Bengal fox 2 Semnopithecus entellus Cercopithecidae Hanuman English: Hanuman langur 3 Axis axis Cervidae Horin English: Chitral deer 4 Elephas maximus Elephantidae Hati English: Indian elephant 5 Latirus duplicatus Fasciolariidae Shamuk English: Many angled spindle snail 6 Geoclemys hamiltonii Geoemydidae Kachim English: Black pond turtle 7 Ursus thibetanus Ursidae Bhaluk English: Asiatic black bear, Indian black bear Serial Utilized Part(s) Ailment Number 1 Bone Treatment for 18 types of fever.
[2] unde hic iotacismus -smi, idest vocalium litterarum exilis pronuntiatio, vel quando in iota littera duplicatus est sonus, scilicet quando pro uno iota duo pronuntiantur vel e contrario; vel quando unum exilius, duo spissius sonant: nam unum spissius duo exilius proferri debent.
rubescens from the Gulf of Nicoya (10[degrees]N, Costa Rica) may play similar ecological roles as the temperate (31[degrees]N, USA) species, Polinices duplicatus, Nassarius obsoletus, Solen viridis and Tellina texana, respectively.